Run your own race. That’s the advice Marty Ochs, the founder of E3 Craft Strategies and the former vice president of sales for Ninkasi Brewing, gives to craft brewers when they ask him how to measure success. Last week, Brewbound asked a number of CBC attendees how they defined success, beyond brewing a quality pint.
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BOSTON — Backlash Beer Company today announced the launch of a set of Double IPA offerings in the new “Uprising!” series. The new beers will feature hard to find hop varieties such as Amarillo, Simcoe, Centennial, Mosaic and Galaxy.
The folks behind Pintley – the online beer community and mobile app for consumers and brewers — have launched a new, local beer collaboration project called ONCEMADE. Founders Tim Noetzel and Rich DiTieri were searching for a way to get more involved with the brewing process and wanted to create something in their local Massachusetts… Read more »
BOSTON, MA — Backlash Beer Company, which launched in July of 2011, is excited to announce its partnership with the Massachusetts Beverage Alliance to expand distribution statewide beginning this month.
BOSTON — Backlash Beer Company Monday announced the launch of Chaos, a special encore to the company’s specialty “Uprising!” series. Initially launched last May, the “Uprising! Series,” was originally intended to feature 3 hop-forward double IPAs. Each of the beers showcased hard to find hop varieties such as Amarillo, Mosaic and Galaxy.
BOSTON — Backlash Beer Company is excited to announce the release of its first American-style beer, Salute, a West Coast-style, double IPA brewed with Citra and Simcoe hops sourced from the Boston Beer Company. In June of 2012, Jim Koch, the founder of Boston Beer Company, announced that he’d be sharing 30,000 lbs. of specialty hops through a ‘Hops Sharing Program…
It’s a becoming a common trend. “Big beer” wholesalers sharing craft brands across multiple territories in an attempt to help small brewers grow their brands through a wider distribution network. Last week, Evan Benn of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that three of Missouri’s biggest Anheuser-Busch InBev distributors had reached an agreement to pool their… Read more »